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Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Updated: Feb 16, 2023

ASD is a complex developmental disorder characterized by a lack of appropriate eye contact, facial expression, social interaction, communication, and restricted repetitive behavior. The effects of ASD and the severity of symptoms ranges in each person. Many children with mild to moderate ASD can function well in some areas of their lives but struggle in other areas.


Neurofeedback for Autism Spectrum Disorder (mild to moderate) reshapes brain networks to improve processing of social and sensory information, while reducing activation of emotional networks. The process is simple, painless, and non-invasive.



Benefits of Neurofeedback for Autism Spectrum Disorder

Neurofeedback for Autism Spectrum Disorder (mild to moderate) helps strengthen brain networks to improve processing of social and sensory information, and can reduce activation of emotional networks. The process is simple, painless, and non-invasive.


Research on ASD has shown neurofeedback can help improve anomalies in brain processing leading to symptom reduction and functional improvement. This provides hope for an alternative treatment intervention to help moderate the severity of some ASD symptoms.

Unlike medication, neurofeedback causes minimal to no side effects. The most commonly reported side effect is a feeling of tiredness after a session.


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